lone star state, after 30 years in california. it's a big win for the governor, who has made it his mission to lure companies away from high tax, high regulation states. california governor jerry brown, up for re-election this november, had this to say about the automaker's move. >> we've got a few problems. we have lots of little burdens and regulations and taxes. but smart people figure out how to make it. and as i always say, you get what you pay for. >> "wall street journal" editorial page writer, alicia finley, joins us with more. well, good to know we get what we pay for. what did toyota say about its move? >> basically, they were very diplomatic about it, and they said, oh, well, texas has a business-friendly environment, zero income tax, affordable housing. this has nothing to do with california's anti business environment. >> but he just touted the -- >> exactly. >> the pro business climate.